Be prepared for severe summer weather

New England weather is an unpredictable force. One day you are in mittens, the next shorts! In recent years the weather has changed even more, especially the frequency of severe summer storms. Here are some things to keep in mind this summer.

August 9 Primaries

Both major parties will hold primaries on Aug. 9. Voting is at the Granby Town Hall Meeting Room from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.

Granby Center road plan

Social media reports to the contrary, there is no roundabout in the future for the center of Granby.

CTVV interviews Ben Carson

See an illuminating interview with CT Valley Views’ host Susan Regan and her guest, 2016 Republican presidential candidate Dr. Ben Carson, with highlights from his new book, Created Equal: The Painful Past, Confusing Present and Hopeful Future of Race in America.

GAA Fees

The May issue of the Granby Drummer published a letter about the Granby Ambulance Association (GAA) and charges for service. The author suggested that GAA has been less than transparent regarding our fee structure and reasons for assessing charges. We would like to take a few moments to clear up any confusion.

No Mow May

For the past few years, I have mowed a section of lawn only once a year, after the frost. This kept the maple and oak sprouts down but allowed for the development of a meadow.

Thankful for Juneteenth Support

The Granby Celebrates Juneteenth committee and the Granby Racial Reconciliation (GRR) Board and Steering Committee extend their gratitude to all who contributed to the inaugural Juneteenth Celebration on June 18 in Salmon Brook Park.